Alejandro Maly delves into the life of Argentine ventriloquist Chasman and his famous alter ego Chirolita. Though the beloved duo, this documentary explores the relationship between ventriloquists and their dummies.
The untold story of the Argentinian soccer team that won the World Cup in Mexico ‘86, in a documentary series featured here in two juicy –and free!– programs.
During the Eighties, Lucile Chaufour shot in Super 8 a group of Hungarian punks who rebelled against the Communist regime. Twenty years later, she returns and asks those same musicians about their views on life and music in their country before and after the fall of the Berlin Wall.
This documentary goes through the story of several women who come across each other in a funny meeting point: the roller derby track, a sport they’re passionate about and invites them to put all their strength on the skates.
In early 2009, Favio gave an interview that remained unreleased and in which he only talked about film. The result was a master class, and this documentary revives it, seeking to shed light on the Argentine filmmaker’s unique gaze.
Inaugurated by Lanusse’s military government and built under the motto “The neighborhood of the future”, Lugano I and II is today a place filled with signs and paths their promoters left for good. The film moves among the ghosts of the past and life in the present.
A boxer and a poet, Sergio Victor Palma was the first Argentine champion to obtain the title in the US. Now, at the age of 59, he wants to reopen a gym in Lanus where he continues to encourage young people to pursue their dreams, from a small chair by the side of the ring.
Two days before Adicta announced its disbanding, the filmmaker crystalized, without knowing it, what would be the band’s last interview.
Four months a year, the Basque cider bars attract thousands of people, both local and foreign. Everyone waits to fulfill the tradition: enjoying a menu of Spanish omelette, cod, chop and cheese, and drinking cider to the cry of “¡txotx!”.
A portrait of Jorge Sarudiansky (his friends call him Saru), one of the greatest Argentine set designers, who has made around a hundred innovative theater sets in the last forty years.
Kartaszewicz’s first film depicts the life and work of filmmaker Quirino Cristiani (1896-1984), an Italian-Argentine animator, drawing artist, and comic book writer who created the world’s first animated film El apóstol (1917), and whose work is now almost entirely lost.
Mort spends his days surrounded by collectible action figures in his comic book shop, and his nights fantasizing about Ellen, his new employee and aspiring graphic novelist. When she starts not showing up at work, Mort’s concerns and paranoia become more intense.